Successful experiment with Titleist Velocity

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By Len D

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  1. Len D

    Len D
    Boston

    After years of playing only proV1, And then switching to AVX, I decided to try the new Velocity. After 36 holes I can report scoring 76 at Red Tail in Devons, Massachusetts (one of the top 50 public courses in the USA) and the 75 at HillView in Reading, Massachusetts.

    Not a bad weekend! I guess I will be playing Velocity for a while. It does seem to have a somewhat slower spin rate and it definitely is giving me a lot more distance.

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  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    That's why Titleist makes multiple ball versions, a ball for everyone. Enjoy!
  3. Dave N

    Dave N
    Lady Lake, FL

    Dale V said:

    That's why Titleist makes multiple ball versions, a ball for everyone. Enjoy!

    +1 true dat Dale.
  4. Dave N

    Dave N
    Lady Lake, FL

    Dale V said:

    That's why Titleist makes multiple ball versions, a ball for everyone. Enjoy!

    +1 true dat Dale.
  5. JOSHUA M

    JOSHUA M
    FARGO

    congrats Len. keep it up!

    Josh
  6. Dwayne N

    Dwayne N
    Island, KY

    That's great that your willing to experiment. Many people are too one tracked and miss out on something that will help them.
  7. Zangetsu

    Zangetsu
    Netherlands

    On casual rounds i always use velocity. More serious games/ tournaments i switch to pro v1/ AVX depending on the course and weather.

    Great ball for casual rounds indeed!
  8. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    Very nice scores....that is a great example of why people should be experiment to see if there is a better performing ball for them. Now maybe I should take my own advice with the new AVX or Tour Soft. Lol
  9. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Based on the advice of the professionals at Titleist, I play the same ball, whether it be a casual round or tournament round. Although I have been giving the AVX a try and it is definitely a good ball and know my distances for each club in my bag. My ball of choice is still the Prov1. I have hit the Velocity, and while there is a ball for everyone, it is to hard for me. I prefer the premium balls. For me AVX is the longest. If I go to a course where it a bit longer than I normally play in a tournament, I may consider bringing out the AVX. I keep a dozen on hand just for that. As everyone has stated, thank goodness Titleist makes a ball for everyone. Kudos.
  10. Joshua B

    Joshua B
    Connecticut

    Awesome posted score! Gives us hackers hope for that Titleist quick fix
  11. No'l

    No'l
    Palmdale, CA

    Nice rounds, and a great report!

    I would like to try the Velocity, also, some near future day. For now, I have my hands full with two Titleist favorites.
  12. Frank P

    Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

    I've played Pro V1 for a long time now but as time goes on I'm losing considerable distance from when I was younger so I'm going to experiment with different balls in the Titleist line.
  13. This is my second choice ball.

    I really enjoy playing the DT TruSoft.

    It's not always the most expensive that works for you which is great!

  14. Bill L

    Bill L
    Spring, TX

    Nice round
  15. Dave N

    Dave N
    Lady Lake, FL

    Len D said:

    After years of playing only proV1, And then switching to AVX, I decided to try the new Velocity. After 36 holes I can report scoring 76 at Red Tail in Devons, Massachusetts (one of the top 50 public courses in the USA) and the 75 at HillView in Reading, Massachusetts.

    Not a bad weekend! I guess I will be playing Velocity for a while. It does seem to have a somewhat slower spin rate and it definitely is giving me a lot more distance.

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    It's almost been a month, are you still happy with it?
  16. Chris92009

    Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    Velocity has been a solid performer for a long time now...really like this ball during the winter months too.

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